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The Legend of St. Nicholas A Story of Christmas Giving by Dandi Daley Mackall

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Published by Zonderkidz .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Preschool Picture Story Books,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 4-8 Fiction,
  • Children"s Books/Ages 9-12 Fiction,
  • Children: Kindergarten,
  • Religious - Christian,
  • Holidays & Celebrations - Christmas & Advent,
  • Christmas,
  • Fiction,
  • Generosity,
  • Nicholas,,
  • Saint, Bp. of Myra

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsGuy Porfirio (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10362221M
ISBN 100310713277
ISBN 109780310713272
OCLC/WorldCa70673111

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  About the Book: In The Legend of St. Nicholas, the new artwork, created by Marley and Me illustrator, Richard Cowdrey, captivates audiences and tells the story of a young man named Nicholas, who was moved by the plight of the poor and needy. Nicholas spent his life secretly helping the poor all over the world, giving gifts on Christmas Eve to remind people of the greatest Gift of all, 4/5.   A beautiful retelling of the life of Saint NicholasMany stories are told about Saint Nicholas -- stories about his generosity and his miracles, stories about the concern he showed for those in poverty. This warm, inviting books tells many of these stories, both familiar and lesser-known/5.   The Legend of St. Nicholas written by Dandi Daley Mackall and illustrated by Richard Cowdrey is a heartwarming Christmas story of giving. The main character in the book, Nick, needs to go last minute Christmas shopping for his family and he is dreading it.   The Legend of St Nicholas ends with a little note about the legends and traditions connected to St. Nicholas. We know little about him, other than the fact that he was likely a bishop in Myra (modern-day Turkey) in about 33 A.D. who was a friend to the poor and helpless. Our thoughts on this book. Sunshine and Lily really enjoyed The Legend of St Nicholas. We talk about St. Nicholas .

The Legend of St. Nicholas Verena Morganthaler ~ translated by Refna Wilkin Schweizer Spiegel Verlag, This lavishly illustrated story about Saint Nicholas (the patron saint of pawnbrokers and the model for our modern day Santa Claus) is really gorgeous to look at. The Legend of Saint Nicholas. This story, also in Spanish, is shared with school children as part of the Saint Nicholas Project by the Volunteer Center of Southern Arizona. Online coloring activity. St Nicholas Center. Long ago, in a far off land known today as Turkey, there was a boy named Nicholas. Nicholas was a person who created numerous miracles and accomplished many good deeds.   The Legend of St. Nicholas tells the story of a man who spent his life secretly helping the poor all over the world, giving gifts on Christmas Eve to remind people of the greatest gift of all, Jesus Christ.3/5(4). "The Legend of Saint Nicholas" is a charming story about the kindness and miracles of Saint Nicholas. This book is NOT about Saint Nicholas as Santa Claus; in fact, no mention whatsoever is made of Santa Claus. This book simply retells the legends of the man known as Saint Nicholas, accompanied by lovely illustrations/5(10).

  Grün, a Benedictine monk, employs a gentle, confident voice to narrate the biography and stories of several miracles performed by this well-known saint. With a vast inheritance from his family, Nicholas was able to offer assistance—first as a priest, then as a bishop—to those in need (largely in anonymity, as he preferred).Pages:   Are you looking for an endearing Christmas story that doesn’t forget the true meaning of the holiday? The Legend of St. Nicholas tells the story of a man who spent his life secretly helping the poor all over the world, giving gifts on Christmas Eve to remind people of the greatest gift of all, Jesus Christ.. The captivating picture book is illustrated by New York Times bestselling Brand: Zonderkidz. The Legend of Saint Nicholas tells the about the life of St. Nicholas. The story explains who the Saint was as a person and shows the good deeds he did. As St. Nicholas grows older and begins to travel, the story explains how St. Nicholas was persecuted for his faith, but never wavered. The books goes on to explain how people in various countries view St. Nicholas and how his image created Santa Claus.3/5(2).   After the Reformation, devotion to Nicholas disappeared in all the Protestant countries of Europe except Holland, where his legend persisted as Sinterklaas (a Dutch variant of the name St. Nicholas). Dutch colonists took this tradition with them to New Amsterdam (now New York City) in the American colonies in the 17th century.